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Many of the articles came across as cookie-cutter stories in which only the names, dates, and places varied. The overall themes of the articles don't really change that much. It's the same thing about huge, difficult ministries against the odds, loving people when it's hard, and so forth. I would like to see more articles from people I can relate to:struggling, regular individuals don't have six to ten initials behind their names and ultra-successful careers.
People who are still in the midst of challenges, but are overcoming them little by little, are often more inspiring than those whose biggest challenges are completely behind them. Individuals who are still buried in the trenches know how to help others in the same position more than officers in a hands-off administrative position. My advice is to try to find writers who can really touch the hearts of your readers because they are right there with them. After all, Jesus relates to us because he took our sins and weaknesses on him; otherwise, he wouldn't be able to connect with us, right?
There are some valuable takeaways in scriptures and brief stories within articles I will try to keep them fresh in my mind for when I need a quick pick-me-up.
As the first book unfolded I found I really liked it. I liked the writing style, the mysteries that opened up, and the characters as they were developed.
The first references to scripture seemed a bit too goodie, but as the story developed they seemed to work ok, and I felt the emotions that showed up in the story plot demonstrated the real world of the characters, and real world emotions and feelings people have as they go through this journey called life.
By the end of the three books I would simply say I enjoyed the reading and the presentations. I had not heard of Ms. Heal before, but I have now and will be trying more in the future. This set of three deservedly belongs in Goodreads. Congratulations and thanks for the reading enjoyment Ms. Heal, well done.
The author has really managed to bring history alive in this book. Very few writers could inspire me to do extra research on history topics, as it was never my favorite subject, but Deborah Heal has done so.
There was a great deal of information about slavery that I'd have never known, for example I never knew that the "free" states and the slave states were actually not that different sometimes. It's certainly heartbreaking to read at points, but that is a good thing since It made me more aware of what the U.S. was like at that time.
Note to anyone who may be tempted to write this off as "Christian Fiction"... yes, it does have a Christian bent to it, however it is not intrusive at all. I've found that some Christian books are so heavy handed with it that it distracts from the story, however this was handled in a very subtle way.